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Sophomore Jacob Maten reads the print newspaper, which he found was more interacted with than the online version

Students mourn loss of print edition

Lula Fox and Said Aydin December 1, 2021

Many students cheered the arrival of the first print edition of The New Trier News this year, two months later than usual because of administrative cutbacks. The paper is now published quarterly instead...

Seniors continue to meet with administrators on a weekly basis to advocate for sexual assault education

Administration enhances curriculum around sexual assault awareness

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief November 25, 2021

In response to sexual assault awareness student activists, the administration decided to make changes in kinetic wellness and health classes. Seniors Tara O’Brien and Mimi Wagner are two of the founders...

Board meeting on Nov. 15 announced optional co-ed advisery plan that will start with the class of 2026

Breaking News: Board of Education announces co-ed adviseries for class of 2026

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief November 15, 2021

On Nov. 15  the Board of Education unanimously approved optional co-ed adviseries for the incoming freshman, ending the 96 year New Trier tradition of gender segregated adviser system. While incoming...

High school sexual violence statistics infographic

High School Sexual Violence by the numbers

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief November 15, 2021

Sexual violence refers to any sexual act or attempt to obtain a sexual act without the consent of the other person. According to the U.S. Education Department, sexual violence in high school aged young...

The center, located in Room 309, is where students go to complete tests they missed due to an absence.

Test Make-Up Center struggles with student cheating

Maya Ramaswamy, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

The New Trier Test Make-Up Center is back in business this year; but with more tests being proctored, student cheating continues to be a problem. The Test Make-Up Center is monitored by two proctors;...

Some halls’ lockers have been removed (left) while others are still filled with mostly empty lockers (right).

For the first time, school doesn’t assign lockers

Sara Zarea, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

The majority of students—85%— do not use lockers on the Winnetka Campus. So this year, New Trier made lockers optional. Locker use was already declining before the pandemic. Mike Lee, assistant...

Local young adult still missing after 3 day search

Local young adult still missing after 3 day search

Ana Torresarpi, Sports Editor November 3, 2021

23 year old Iñaki Bascaran failed to come home after leaving a River North bar, Celeste  on Oct. 30 at 11:39 PM. Bascaran’s roommates made contact with his family late Sunday morning when he failed...

Junior Charlize Escasa finishes homework on her laptop. Students require WiFi to use different devices, including iPads, laptops, and phones.

Students upset over inadequate WiFi and cell service

Sarah Lin, News Editor November 1, 2021

Since the beginning of the school year, students have noticed inconsistencies with the student WiFi and cell service at the Winnetka campus, some even describing the network connection as “unreliable”...

The New Trier News 100 year tradition of a weekly print newspaper is being cut by administration, leaving the New Trier News to have to rely mostly on online audiences instead of being able to target students within school.

Administration slaps New Trier News with cutbacks

Lula Fox and Said Aydin October 28, 2021

The New Trier administration has cut the print publication of The New Trier News from weekly to quarterly, arguing that it helps reduce the school’s carbon footprint and better prepares students for...

Hispanic student populations have increased more than any other race combined at New Trier

New Trier sees rapid increase in Hispanic diversity

Said Aydin, Opinions Editor October 15, 2021

The New Trier High School Report Card is showing a record number of Hispanic students attending the school in the 2020 school year. This increase is most notable considering for the years before 2018,...

Summer construction aims to modernize facilities at Winnetka Campus

Summer construction aims to modernize facilities at Winnetka Campus

Sarah Lin, News Editor October 12, 2021

During the summer, while the majority of students were basking in the sun or enjoying other seasonal activities, construction crews were hard at work completing a major renovation on the third floor of...

Homecoming banner at the south entrance

Students hyped for Homecoming happening again

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor September 30, 2021

The annual Homecoming dance is back this Saturday after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The dance, with Woodstock-inspired theme “Trev-Stock,” will take place at the Winnetka...

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